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"Planet Earth First" Light Paintings in Rome 

"Planet Earth First" Light Paintings in Rome 

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05/23/2017 
US President Donald Trump is meeting Pope Francis in Rome.
In the coming days, Trump will decide whether the US will leave the Paris climate protection agreement. The agreement was made at the end of 2015 after tough negotiations by nearly 200 countries, including the USA. It is a historic milestone for climate protection. According to a Chicago Council survey of November 2016, a majority (71 percent) of the Americans argued that the US would remain in the agreement. Many companies like Google, Microsoft or Walmart, as well as US states and cities, are demanding this. “If Trump comes out of the Paris deal, he damages not only planet Earth, but also his own country. In contrast to Trump, Pope Francis has a clear stand for the protection of the world's climate.”
In occasion of Trump visit at the Vatican, Greenpeace activists project the message "Planet Earth First!” on the dome of St. Peter's Basilica.
The message, a parody of Trump’s America First government policy, calls on the US administration to commit to global climate action and the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement. 
"Planet Earth First" Light Painting at St. Peter's Square in Rome
23 May, 2017 
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"Planet Earth First" Light Painting at St. Peter's Square in Rome
23 May, 2017 
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"Planet Earth First" Light Painting at St. Peter's Square in Rome
23 May, 2017 
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